Tag: Vine

by Reuben Stern

Reporting by Reuben Stern and Olga Kyle The mass proliferation of smartphone cameras and mobile video apps has already reshaped the way video fits into our lives. But how is it changing the expectations — and possibilities — for visual journalism? The RJI Futures Lab sought ideas about where video journalism is headed from two […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. CUNY j-school will get a center for business journalism (Matthew Kassel / New York Observer) 2. Next up in the edtech incubator line: The University of Virginia (Tony Wan / EdSurge) 3. Five-minute film festival: Vine and Instagram video in the classroom (Amy Erin Borovoy / Edutopia) 4. PandoDaily, The New Republic, and a […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Facebook unveils shared photo albums (Mashable) 2. Why magazine iPad subscription numbers are worse than you thought (Ad Age) 3. Vine gets better with age: How screens, speed and network are changing the future of online video (GigaOm) 4. Honolulu Civil Beat helps the public fight for better records access (Nieman Lab) 5. Google […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Open letter to Jeff Bezos from ex-Washington Post mail room employee (and creator of AllThingsD) Kara Swisher (AllThingsD) 2. Luvit.Me: Bitly lets you tell people how you really feel about links you post (The Atlantic) 3. YouTube’s founders challenge Vine and Instagram with new video app (NYT) 4. Canadian standards body: Journalistic errors must […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Live analysis of the Supreme Court decisions on gay marriage (NYT) 2. Do we need more kinds of social media that self-destruct the way Snapchat content does? (GigaOm) 3. TV industry-backed second screen app ConnecTV raises $1.4 million (VentureBeat) 4. Journalist search platform Spundge partners with Getty Images and Reuters (Journalism.co.uk) 5. American Society of News Editors census finds 2,600 newsroom […] more »

by Jenny Xie

Typically, web content flows from a website into social media and mobile apps. NowThis News, founded last September by veterans of Huffington Post, anchors its content in its mobile apps. Original videos, in digestible lengths and narrated by young voices, stem from iOS and Android apps and flow to a minimal website and the network’s […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. U.S. Attorney General defends DOJ seizure of phone records (NYT) 2. Microsoft’s anti-Google campaign gets a boost…from Google (AllThingsD) 3. Under fire, the White House pushes to revive news media shield law (NYT) 4. Advertisers lure Vine whiz to create new 6-second ads (CNN) 5. Publisher threatens to sue blogger for $1 billion (The […] more »

by Julie Keck

The best stories across the web on media and technology, curated by Julie Keck. 1. Bombing suspect’s social media profile: What’s real, what’s fake, and what we don’t know (Boston.com) 2. Fake Twitter accounts spring up assuming bombers’ identities (Daily Dot) 3. Reddit vs. the Media in search for Boston bombing suspects (Slate) 4. Shameless […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Dish launches $25.5 billion bid for Sprint (WSJ) 2. Why Vine is ripe for comedy (Mashable) 3. More cracks in television’s business model (NYT) 4. Options grow for letting you hide your data (GigaOm) 5. When news orgs move from brands to platforms for talent (Nieman) 6. Great long-form journalism, just clicks away (NPR) […] more »

by Amanda Bohan

Co-authored by Daniel Vahab. Just three short months ago, Twitter launched a new social video-sharing site Vine, a mobile application that allows users to take quick six-second clips. This week Vine hit the No. 1 spot in Apple’s App Store — signaling its meteoric rise. A Vine video taken during a performance of Wicked. In […] more »